Southern Pines Public Library Summer Reading 2015
Welcome to the Southern Pines Public Library Summer Reading 2015 site. Once you are logged in, you will be taken to your account page.

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Important Messages
Welcome to the Southern Pines Public Library's (SPPL) Summer Reading website! Registration for Summer Reading and the Summer Reading programs will start June 1st. All summer long you can sign up online for SPPL Summer Reading 2015. Please create an account to get started.


Parents of children ages 0-4 are encouraged to use this Summer Reading site to track the minutes read to your child during summer 2015. Remember that as you track the number of minutes read, you earn Book Bucks. Book Bucks can be redeemed for cool prizes.

Reviews
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Rainbow fush thought that he was better than all the other fish because of his pretty shinny scales . One day he hurt a little blue fishes feelings. The blue fishtold all the other fish. The didn't talk or pay attention to rainbow fish anymore. One day he gave all his scales to the other fish except one. He felt so good.
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Ten Apples Up on Top
Dinosaur Book
Hop on Pop
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he danced his way through the this book
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This summer reading program has been great motivation to start a naptime and bedtime routine that involves stories! We just traveled for a week, and stories were what held our naptime & bedtime routines constant even though the surroundings were continuously changing. The highlight of this all was at the end of vacation, when Lilah picked up a book, crawled over to her daddy, gave him the book, signed "more/want", then layed down on him with her thumb in her her mouth and listened contently to the story....it filled my heart!
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Peter wouldn't listen to his grandfather about not going into the meadow. He told Peter there was a wolf that would eat him. Peter knew that he could catch him. He did end up catching him but it could've been really bad.